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Qatar denies using `money power` to buy rights to host 2022 World Cup

Qatar`s World Cup organising committee head has categorically denied that the country purchased the rights for hosting the 2022 FIFA tournament.

FIFA reformists halt plan to derail corruption investigation

FIFA`s self-acclaimed transparent reform process headed by New York lawyer Michael Garcia came within hours of being sabotaged from within the organisation last week, Reuters has learned.

Blatter `mum` over `Qatar losing out on 2022 World Cup` report after new bribery allegations

FIFA president Sepp Blatter is reportedly tight-lipped on whether Qatar could be stripped of the hosting rights for the 2022 World Cup over a new round of bribery allegations, which have been referred to its ethics committee.

Qatar 2022 World Cup committee denies wrong doing

Qatar`s 2022 World Cup organising committee has denied being aware of any alleged payments by the disgraced former head of the country`s soccer association to an ex-vice president of FIFA

Qatar paid ex-FIFA official millions: Report

Ex-FIFA vice-president Jack Warner and his family were paid USD 2 million by a former Qatari football official shortly after the Gulf country won the hosting rights of the 2022 World Cup, a report claimed on thursday.

FBI probing former FIFA vice president Jack Warner

The FBI probe is based on money-laundering allegations against Warner, a former FIFA vice president.

Cayman Islands chief set for CONCACAF top job

Cayman Islander Jeffrey Webb has accepted the nomination to become the new president of CONCACAF.

Warner says he knows nothing about accounts: Judge

A high court judge said Jack Warner denies any knowledge about the whereabouts of the Trinidad and Tobago accounts from the 2006 World Cup.

Jack Warner says FIFA "dishonest" over deals and can prove it

Ousted former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner said on Friday he had documented evidence to back his claim that he was gifted World Cup television rights in return for FIFA votes and accused the organisation of being "disingenuous and dishonest".

FIFA refutes Warner`s TV rights allegations

FIFA has refuted allegations from former vice-president Jack Warner that implied a decision to sell him World Cup television rights was a reward for supporting Sepp Blatter`s presidential campaigns.

Warner says FIFA gifted him World Cup tv rights for $1

Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner said he was sold the World Cup television rights for Trinidad and Tobago for as little as USD 1 in return for supporting FIFA president Sepp Blatter in soccer elections.

Warner accuses Caribbean officials of caving in to FIFA

Warner walked away from all of his positions in disgrace, after FIFA launched an ethics investigation against him last May.

Warner warns of new allegations against Blatter

Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner promised damaging revelations about FIFA President Sepp Blatter`s electioneering, in a letter to a local newspaper.

Video shows Warner discussing cash payments

A video showing former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner telling Caribbean officials how to deal with cash gifts has emerged.

Ex-FIFA VP Jack Warner hints at comeback

Former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner, hinted at a return to football administration.

Ex-FIFA VP Jack Warner hints at comeback

Former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner, hinted at a return to football administration.

British MPs accuse FIFA and Blatter of cover-up

A British Government inquiry into corruption allegations surrounding World Cup bids has questioned president Sepp Blatter`s commitment to reforming the organisation.

British MPs accuse FIFA and Blatter of cover-up

A British Government inquiry into corruption allegations surrounding World Cup bids has questioned president Sepp Blatter`s commitment to reforming the organisation.

Jack Warner quits FIFA, ethics case dropped

Jack Warner, who had threatened a "tsunami" of revelations about the way soccer is run, quit as FIFA vice president, prompting the sport`s governing body to drop an investigation into bribery allegations against the Trinidadian.

Jack Warner quits FIFA, ethics case dropped

Jack Warner, who had threatened a "tsunami" of revelations about the way soccer is run, quit as FIFA vice president, prompting the sport`s governing body to drop an investigation into bribery allegations against the Trinidadian.